Camry 2005 LE - How to delete all but one master key from the unit

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Old 15 Feb 2006, 12:03 pm   #1 (permalink)
Enrique A
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Default Camry 2005 LE - How to delete all but one master key from the unit

After buying a steering wheel lock for my camry 2005, because they stole my
spare keys from my house a week ago, I found this instructions on the
internet on how to DELETE all but one master key from the unit, so I tought,
if I make the camry's computer delete the spare key transponder then my
master key that I currently use will be the only registered key to work! So
I don't have to worry about getting the car stolen !, so I tried the
instrucions but on step 5 I'm not getting the security ligh flashing. Have
you heard of this procedure ? Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong ?

http://www.keybitslockandkey.com/los...ansponderI.htm

If I succedd in deleting the registration of the spare key from the camry's
computer then I just buy a new transponder master key and programm it as per
the instructions and have some piece of mind. What do you think ?


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Old 16 Feb 2006, 06:30 pm   #2 (permalink)
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I saw your post this morning before going to work, and looked through the
factory manual for a similar process. The only manual process listed was
for registering keys as decribed in the link you provided - there was
nothing for deleting stored keys. The only way we've ever done that is by
using the Toyota factory diagnostic tool. If there is a manual process for
it out there, I haven't seen it.

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Old 17 Feb 2006, 09:22 am   #3 (permalink)
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"qslim" <Suckers@suckersdotcom> wrote in message
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>I saw your post this morning before going to work, and looked through the
> factory manual for a similar process. The only manual process listed was
> for registering keys as decribed in the link you provided - there was
> nothing for deleting stored keys. The only way we've ever done that is by
> using the Toyota factory diagnostic tool. If there is a manual process for
> it out there, I haven't seen it.
>


Is the "toyota factory diagnostic tool" for sale on ebay ? maybe it's less
expensive than paying $1000 to the dealer for reprogramming the computer and
I can do it myself.

Thanks


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Old 17 Feb 2006, 08:07 pm   #4 (permalink)
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I hope your dealer did not quote you $1000 for "reprogramming". The new
models make it very easy to do. The "immobilizer reset" feature in the
handheld scantool takes maybe ten minutes. I think we charge around a half
hour of labor to perform this function, sometimes nothing for regular
customers.

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Old 23 Feb 2006, 06:13 pm   #5 (permalink)
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"qslim" <Suckers@suckersdotcom> wrote in message
news:cc2f0b53f324017552ea7c4fc3878da0@localhost.ta lkaboutautos.com...
>I hope your dealer did not quote you $1000 for "reprogramming". The new
> models make it very easy to do. The "immobilizer reset" feature in the
> handheld scantool takes maybe ten minutes. I think we charge around a half
> hour of labor to perform this function, sometimes nothing for regular
> customers.
>
>


If I buy this scan tool, can I do an Imobilizer reset or reset all master
keys in order to program new ones ? :

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...3ARTQ%3AUS%3A1


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